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Connecticut launches ‘problem-based’ procurement for digital government

by • 3 months ago

State CIO Mark Raymond said the new process should yield more creative solutions, more quickly.

Connecticut plans 5G connections on commuter line to NYC

by • 3 months ago

Gov. Ned Lamont announced the purchase of new rail cars with antennas capable of amplifying 4G and 5G wireless signals passengers use during their commutes.

Connecticut's first chief data officer steps down

by • 6 months ago

Tyler Kleykamp helped forge statewide legislation and policy that supports initiatives ranging from opioid-addiction recovery to the magnet school lottery.

Connecticut Gov. Lamont announces interagency data management system

by • 10 months ago

Lamont announced his plan for a performance management system that would align agency data policies to reduce redundancy and modernize services as he pursues an "all-digital government."

Report: Municipal broadband environment has gotten 'significantly worse'

by • 10 months ago

The number of municipally run networks has risen, but state lawmakers are also throwing up more roadblocks, according to a new report from BroadbandNow.

Connecticut takes first steps in 'all-digital government' initiative

by • 11 months ago

Gov. Ned Lamont announced a series of proposals aimed at simplifying procurement, certifications and paperwork needed to do business with the state.

Connecticut's utility companies are getting better at repelling cyberattacks, state says

by • 1 year ago

An annual cybersecurity review gave four power and water providers good marks in training their employees, but recommended they take more caution with internet-connected devices.

Connecticut is the latest to roll out statewide text-to-911 service

by • 2 years ago

"This is an important innovation that will indubitably save lives," Gov. Dannel Malloy said in announcing the new service.

As Connecticut forms working group, blockchain remains highly experimental in state governments

by • 2 years ago

Many states are now studying blockchain to improve security and efficiency in government, but the technology's exact value to the public sector is yet to be defined.